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Now, law dictionary in Urdu


Mumbai: Kanoon Lugat, an Urdu law dictionary, billed as a first of its kind in the country, was released here on Sunday in the presence of legal luminaries.
The dictionary, encompassing 52,000 legal

Poll bugle resounds in VHP Yatra


New Delhi: The bugle for next year’s Lok Sabha elections has virtually been sounded by the BJP and the Samajwadi Party as they locked horns over the VHP’s controversial yatra that was “symbolically”

Muslims live on average Rs 32.66 a day, says a Govt survey Muslims live on average Rs 32.66 a day, says a Govt survey


New Delhi: Among various religious groups, Muslims have the lowest living standard with the average per capita expenditure of just Rs 32.66 in a day, says a government survey.
At the other end of the

With Eid on Friday, it's double blessing

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Hyderabad: Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated on Friday. The Shawwal moon was sighted on Thursday, marking the end of the month of Ramzan, which had 29 fasting days.
Secretary of Ruiyat-e-Hilal Committee

First Australian Muslim Minister racially abused for taking oath on Quran


Melbourne: Hours after Ed Husic became Australia's first ever Muslim minister, he was flooded with online racial abuse for taking oath of office on the Quran.
43-year-old Husic, was appointed as parl

Vishwa takes TN roopam, Kamal Haasan agrees to tweak film


Chennai: At long last, Kamal Haasan will be able to release his Vishwaro­opam in Tamil Nadu.  Following the agreement he reached on Saturday evening with the Muslim groups that had opposed the film s

No relief to Kamal Haasan, Vishwaroopam stayed till Jan 28


Chennai: Kamal Haasan’s muchanticipated Vishwaroopam will miss its release date in Tamil Nadu on Friday. The Madras high court declined the request from the actor-producer to grant an interim stay on

Keep away controversial authors from Jaipur Literature Festival, demands Darul Uloom Deoband

Muzzaffarnagar: Leading Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deoband today demanded that “controversial authors” be kept away from the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) in the Pink City.
The Deoband’s demand

MIM, RSS two sides of same coin: JDU leader

New Delhi: A senior JD(U) leader sparked a row today by describing RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and MIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi as “two sides of the same coin”, drawing swift condemnation from the BJP an

Pakistan police files case against 6,000 people for film protests

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Pakistani police have registered a case against over 6,000 unidentified people on charges of terrorism, ransacking and attempted murder during a protest against an anti-Islam film in Lahore, officials

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